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How to write the ultimate Helpful Content Article

Have you ever stared at your screen, fingers frozen over the keyboard, wondering how to transform your ordinary writing into extraordinary content? You’re not alone.

 Writing truly engaging and helpful content is a craft that many aspire to master, but few truly understand. In the vast ocean of information available online.

It’s no longer enough to provide information in a bland robotic AI voice with robotic paragraphs and sentences!

Your content must stand out, and it must resonate, it must inspire action.

But how do you craft such content?

In this eye-opening video below, we’ll dive into my ‘behind-the-scenes’ of creating the ultimate helpful content.

Be prepared to unlock secrets that most content creators aren’t telling you.

Let’s embark on this journey together that will forever change how you write.

To understand the process and the prompts, you really must watch this video.

Here is the article I wrote live in the video above

Conquering Burnout: Self-Talk Techniques for Healthcare Workers
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Your Essential Homework

Topical Authority

Google the term “topical authority” and read some articles from authoritative sources. This concept and it’s execution are essential for Google to rank your site and it’s articles well. Do this well, one topic at a time you will start to rank well for all the keyword clusters associated with the topic.

Google’s Helpful Content Update

Now do a search and read authoritative articles about the Google Helpful Content Update. This is a big part (but not all) of what you need to know to rank each individual article.

My Short Versions of Topical Authority and Helpful Content

My Process For Long, Helpful Articles

NOTE: this is not for every type of article.

Celebrity Curation articles, News Curation Articles, Listicles to act as Social Media and Facebook bait, and many others will have a different process, framework, and published structure.

Not every article needs to have every element in the process below.

This is where your human judgment and taste are important.

  1. Teach ChatGPT Plus the Audience Outcome Framework
    Uniting the Who with the What!
  2. Use this to create an outline. Today we use the MECE Framwork.
  3. Write the article section by section, copy and paste into a new WordPress article
  4. Generate a FAQ
  5. Create a 2 column table. (2 works best on mobile)
  6. Use Bing Chat in Edge browser for helpful further reading and exterior links!
  7. Add interior links manually.
  8. End your article with a call to action, CTA.
  9. Write some bold meta titles and descriptions, and some curiosity gap ones too.
  10. Illustrate the article with Midjourney. I like lots of images, 6 0r 8 for a long article.
    Alt tags and titles are important
  11. Edit carefully for factual accuracy. Add lots of white space. Keep the paragraphs short!
  12. Publish the article and read it carefully. If you won’t read it, why would anyone else?
    I see many AI articles that no human has ever read, and for good reason!
  13. Add meta titles and descriptions

Prompts For My Process

The Audience – Outcome Framework
Uniting the Who with the What

Prompts follow the ⇒

⇒ I am going to train you on the Audience and Outcome  framework.

First, I will give you a topic.

Afer you have the topic, you will give me  10 audiences who would be most likely to be interested in the topic.

For example if I give you the topic “meditation” you would return something like this:

Topic = Meditation

(Audience) =

– For Single Moms

– For Retired Men

– For College Students

– For Startup Founders

– For Crypto Enthusiasts

– For Ambitious Middle Schoolers

Then you will ask me what audience I would like to continue with.

I will pick an audience and you will give me 10 outcomes for the audience.

For example, if I gave you the topic “meditation” and then chose “for single moms” you would return something like this:

Topic = meditation

 (Audience) = single moms

SO THAT (Outcome) =

– To manage stress

– To have more energy

– To have better relationships- etc…

Finally, you will ask me what OUTCOME I would like to choose.

I will pick an outcome and you will return the Topic,  FOR WHO, and SO THAT.

For example if I give you the topic “meditation,” the Audience  “Single moms,” and OUTCOME “To better relationships” you would return something like this:

Topic = meditation

(Audience) = Single moms

 (Outcome) = To better relationships

A few rules for the Outcomes:

– Rule #1: Use visceral TANGIBLE language

– Rule #2: Be super specific (specificity clarifies the audience and the specific outcome desired.

  VAGUE: Gain financial freedom

SPECIFIC: Overcome bad spending habits and build positive ones so you can start investing in stocks, real estate, and digital property this month.

Do you understand?

Create Outline

⇒ great. thanks now please create an outline on that exact topic, that exact audience, and that exact outcome   using the MECE framework.
As a reminder, I am pasting in your results so far.

Write Article Section by Section

⇒ Now write section 1 covering all subsections.. Section 1 is an H2 Heading, Each subsection is an  H3 heading. Write in the first person singular, directly to the reader.
Write the occasional very short sentence to emphasize an important point.

Finish each section

Optional FAQ

⇒ Now generate a FAQ with 10 most asked questions.  Make the FAQ heading H2, and each question an H3, followed by a brief answer.

Create a 2 column table (2 works best on mobile)

⇒ now create a 2 column table in this topic 

Optional BONUS – use BingChat in edge browser for helpful exterior links

⇒ Now please help me with the topic of [topic]

tell the reader that they can learn more about the topic. .  Use an H2 heading Related Articles From Around The Internet 

Then give a brief summary of each article you find, with a clickable link, and an H3 heading

Add interior links manually – 

Learn more about [topic] on this site

Related Stories, etc

CTA

⇒ now please create some calls to action (CTA)  for the end of this article we have been working on.
Here a 10 examples of a good CTA.

Emotion Stirrer: Write a CTA that taps into the reader’s emotions. Remember, humans are largely driven by feelings rather than logic. “Feeling stuck? You don’t have to be. Join our community today and start your journey towards freedom.”

The Fear of Missing Out (FOMO): Write a CTA that triggers the reader’s fear of missing out on an amazing opportunity. “Limited time offer! Don’t miss your chance to be part of this exclusive experience.”

Value Proposition: Write a CTA that clearly states the benefits the reader will get from taking action. “Ready to skyrocket your business? Get your free marketing consultation now!”

Challenge Confrontation: Write a CTA that acknowledges a problem your reader might be facing, and present your offer as the solution. “Tired of losing sleep over financial worries? Download our free e-book to learn the secrets of financial stability.”

Curiosity Trigger: Write a CTA that arouses the reader’s curiosity and makes them want to discover more. “Want to discover the secrets of successful entrepreneurs? Subscribe to our newsletter now.”

The Testimonial: Write a CTA that uses a powerful quote or testimonial from a satisfied customer. “Join thousands of satisfied customers. ‘This program transformed my business’ – Sarah. Start your transformation today.”

The Urgency: Write a CTA that inspires urgency, prompting readers to act immediately. “Don’t wait another minute. Register today and start reaping the benefits.”

The “Why Not”: Write a CTA that makes it seem there’s nothing to lose and everything to gain. “It’s free, it’s packed with value, and it could change your life. Why not give it a try?”

The Invitational: Write a CTA that is welcoming, warm, and inviting. This can be effective for building community. “We’d love you to be a part of our community. Come join us and let’s grow together.”

The Direct Command: Write a CTA that is clear, concise, and strong, leaving no doubt about what the reader should do. “Sign up today. Transform your tomorrow.”

Write one CTA for this article and [mywebsite.com] for each of the ten examples.

Meta title & description – two types

⇒ Act as an expert SEO and  Meta description writer. 

You are also a bold copywriter! 

Generate 5 meta titles and 5 meta descriptions for the article you have been helping me with. Title 70-80 characters and insert the keyword at the beginning, description with maximum 160 characters without keyword. 

Make the description really bold and enticing. Please create a table with two columns title and description and enter your result there.

⇒ Now act as an expert in on page SEO. Please generate 5 curiosity gap meta titles and 5 meta descriptions 

Illustrate the article with Midjourny

I have a real fondness for magazine quality illustrations. My three favorites are below. I strongly suggest you google search for prominent illustrators you like, and test them in Midjourney.

==> illustration of [topic], style of David Hughes, –q 2 –style raw –ar 16:9 –v 5.2

Sarah Arnett

Jennifer Dionisio 

I invite you to try this process.

My wish for you is that you adapt it for your site, your brand’s voice, and your style of working.

If you have any questions, ask in the comment area below or in the Facebook support group.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jim has been a niche site publisher and blogger since 2010.
He writes about how AI helps online publishers
work smarter and more profitably here at UltimatePrompts.com.
He teaches meditation and mindfulness at his Meditation Techniques site.
and on Meditation Techniques Daily where he posts to his 640,000 fans every day.
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Jim Van Wyck

Publisher & Writer

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